Can't stay in a relationship just for love, says Lindsay Lohan
A photograph and a video footage shot on a beach on the Greek island of Mykonos shows the couple fighting before their split.
Los Angeles Actress Lindsay Lohan says she is "scared" of her former fiance Russian businessman Egor Tarabasov, whom she recently split from amid claims he has been unfaithful to her. A photograph and a video footage have since emerged showing the duo fighting on a beach on the Greek island of Mykonos, where they travelled last month to mark Lindsay's 30th birthday.
In the video, the two were seen fighting on a jeep and throwing a phone and having an altercation.
"I've kept quiet for so long but now I'm scared of what Egor might do to me and to himself," Lohan told dailymail.co.uk.
She has accused Tarabasov of being abusive towards her. "I realise now you can't stay in a relationship just for love. No woman can be hit and stay with that person if that person isn't prepared to say sorry."
Stressing that she now needs a "closure", she said: "I genuinely fell in love with him but he broke my trust and made me feel unsafe."
"I know I'm not an angel but I've tried to fix things. It's down to him now."
Lohan said, "I had suggested we go for couples' counselling but there comes a time when I have to put myself first, my family, and also think about my career which I've worked so hard for."
She added, "I also don't want to let my fans down by not being the strong woman I have become."
Lindsay had also got into a bitter row with her friend pal Dasha Pashevkina whom she blamed for having an affair with Egor.
Recently, she wrote to her fans on Instagram about her feelings: “Dear friends. I'm good and well. #ATM I am taking time for myself with good friends. I am sorry that I've exposed certain private matters recently. I was acting out of fear and sadness... We all make mistakes.
“Sadly mine have always been so public. I have done a lot of soul searching in the past years, and I should have been more clear minded rather than distract from the good heart that I have…
(With inputs from IANS and Agencies)